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Derridada's Lost Weekend

by Derridada

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Derridada’s Lost Weekend materialized from fourteen feverish nights of writing, rehearsing, and recording in a claustrophobic and sweltering Floridian garage. Its sounds are agitated, desolate, and punishing — microphones were swung from the ceiling; drones were left to fill the empty room on their own; tangled cords, buzzing amplifiers, and pounding drums transformed the barren space into a maze of distorted noise. These six pieces are all that emerged, alive though only just so.


Nudes—stark and glistening,
Yelling in lurid glee. Grinning faces
And raging limbs
Whirl over the floor one fire.
For a shirt verminously busy
Yon soldier tore from his throat, with oaths
Godhead might shrink at, but not the lice.
And soon the shirt was aflare
Over the candle he’d lit while we lay.

Then we all sprang up and stript
To hunt the verminous brood.
Soon like a demons’ pantomime
The place was raging.
See the silhouettes agape,
See the gibbering shadows
Mixed with the battled arms on the wall.
See gargantuan hooked fingers
Pluck in supreme flesh
To smutch supreme littleness.
See the merry limbs in hot Highland fling
Because some wizard vermin
Charmed from the quiet this revel
When our ears were half lulled
By the dark music
Blown from Sleep’s trumpet.

—Isaac Rosenberg



released October 21, 2014

Brittney Currie - piano, sound manipulation, monologues
Daniel Mattioli - drums, sound manipulation
Gabriel Lonsberry - bass, sound manipulation

"77:13, excerpt" and "The Future of Forest Fires" featuring Dylan Houser of Hell Garbage


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Derridada Lakeland, Florida

Derridada is an experimental drone and noise-rock band based in central Floridada, combining elements of ambient, drone, noise, post rock, and minimalism, as well as performance art and an aesthetic borrowed from the Dadaists, poststructuralists, and the post punk/no wave scene of the early 80s. ... more

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